"Finance" Blogs & Blog Posts

Intellichoice - Finance & Property News in AustraliaIntellichoice - Finance & Property News in Australia

Keep updated on the latest finance and property news in Australia. Includes...

 
PocketSmith Blog | Personal Finance Tips & NewsPocketSmith Blog | Personal Finance Tips & News

PocketSmith is a web-based calendar for your finances. Follow our blog and ...

 
Pro CommercePro Commerce

A look at the direction and meaning of commerce. Commerce is the source of...

 
The Rogue EconomistThe Rogue Economist

A mix of popular economics and personal finance with all the technical jarg...

 
ActiveETFs | InFocusActiveETFs | InFocus

ActiveETFs | InFocus is the only site on the web to provide the most extens...

 
WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo.comWhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo.com

Personal finance blog with occasional complex dissections of investing stra...

 
Harrington Brooks Personal Finance NewsHarrington Brooks Personal Finance News

Harrington Brooks Personal Finance for debt news as well as tips and tricks...

 


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Capital gains are profits derived from selling an investment or financial asset. They're often taxed at lower rates than ordinary income.

"Growth stocks are not dead nor are they completing longer-term tops," Fundstrat's technical analyst Robert Sluymer said in a note on Tuesday.

Fintech startup Revolut has two new features this week. First, the company is launching a web app for its regular users — not just business users. Second, in the U.K., Revolut has partnered with Modulr to let you receive your salary a day early. Re...

Market capitalization is the total worth of a company's outstanding stock. It indicates a company's size and investment value in terms of shares.

Buffett has praised JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon many times in the past, and personally owned the bank stock in 2012.

Sabadell had been looking to merge with another Spanish bank for months. Discussions collapsed after the banks disagreed over transaction price.

A stock split occurs when a company makes its stock more affordable by dividing existing shares into additional, cheaper ones. It's often a good sign.